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The road to ending the practice of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) in Indonesia is long, but with the progress we have achieved so far and continuous shared commitment, we will get there.




Statement by Bahrul Fuad, Commissioner of Komnas Perempuan, (National Commission on Violence against Women) at High-Level Panel on the elimination of Female Genital Mutilation, Human Rights Council 47th session, on 23 June 2021 in Geneva.


Leaving No One Behind: Putting the Most Vulnerable First in the COVID-19 Response


The World We Want

Di tahun baru 2021 ini, kami tetap setia pada misi kami mencapai dunia di mana setiap kehamilan diinginkan, setiap kelahiran berjalan aman, dan potensi setiap orang mudah terpenuhi! Ayo kita mulai tahun ini dengan teguh!


In this new year of 2021 we remain faithful to our mission to create a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe, and every young person’s potential is fulfilled. Let’s start the year strong!


UNFPA 9th Country Programme (2016-2020) Selama lima tahun terakhir, kami telah mendukung Pemerintah Indonesia dalam bidang kesehatan reproduksi terintegrasi, orang muda dan kesehatan reproduksi remaja, kesetaraan gender, serta data dan dinamika kependudukan. Mari kita lihat apa yang saja telah kami capai selama Country Programme ke-9 (2016-2020).


Over the past five years, we have supported the Government of Indonesia in the areas of integrated reproductive health, youth and adolescent reproductive health, gender equality, and population data and dynamics. Let’s take a look at what we have achieved during our 9th Country Programme (2016-2020).


On September 26, 2019, a strong magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck Ambon, Maluku Province. 50,889 people were affected, 136,030 displaced (as of Septmber 2019). The Reproductive Health and Gender-Based Violence Sub Clusters distributed prepositioned individual kits to the affected to make sure that they are able to maintain their personal health and hygiene in times of crisis.


Accelerating The Promise

The Road to Nairobi Summit


Introducing Women-Friendly Spaces for protection of women's rights, including Gender-Based Violence prevention in emergencies.


Let's join hands to end #ChildMarriage


Lack of access to basic needs, health services & protection heightens the vulnerabilities of 226,000 reproductive age women, including 20,569 pregnant women in 908 IDPs camps across Central Sulawesi. The Government of Indonesia – UNFPA launched humanitarian response in close partnership with members of the Reproductive Health and Protection of Women’s Rights Subclusters for:

  • Distribution of individual hygiene kits
  • Establishing ReproHealth clinics/tents for integrated health services, including safe pregnancy and childbirth
  • Family planning to avoid unwanted pregnancies
  • Adolescent reproductive health
  • Psychosocial support
  • Prevention & management of Gender-Based Violence
  • Establishing Women Friendly Spaces
  • Promoting data availability & utilization in emergency, reconstruction & development

Delivered in close partnership with organizations under the Reproductive Health and Protection of Women’s Rights subclusters with strong involvement of International NGOs and donor countries.